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Daddy Daughter Dance

Young girls all over Madison are picking out their dresses and starting to dream about a wonderful night out where they feel like a princess.

It's that time of year again when young girls get all dressed up and go out with their dads, grandpas, or uncles to create wonderful memories.  Friends of Madison Youth presents their 11th annual Daddy Daughter Dance on Saturday February 9th.  There are two sessions.  Session One is from 5-6:30PM and is for girls 3 years old through 3rd grade.  Session Two is from 7-9 PM and is for girls in 4th grade and up.  The girls enjoy dancing, games, raffles and a night out with their special date. Sign up to reserve your spot on www.madisonartsbarn.com.  Send questions to madisonartsbarn@gmail.com

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Robert Bracer January 30, 2013 at 01:11 PM
How about the girls with out fathers or grandfathers? Are they being descriminated against? MA supreme court says yes.
Denise February 04, 2013 at 07:14 PM
Just an FYI... this is a line taken directly from the above invitation/announcement... (This includes grandfathers, uncles, brothers (over 18), or any special man in your daughters life) Safe to say....no one is being discriminated against!
ezia leach February 15, 2013 at 05:26 PM
did they reschedule the dance??
Robyn Klaskin February 15, 2013 at 05:31 PM
Yes. The dance is this Saturday night February 16th. Tickets can still be purchased on our website under the old date. First session for girls 3rd grade and under will be from 5-6:30PM and Second session for girls 4th grade and up will be 7-9PM.

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